Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, the Association of British Healthcare Industries, McLaren Applied Technologies, and the UK Department for International Trade invite you to an invitation-only panel event in the lead-up to the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix. The panel will discuss the impact of data and design on advances in health and wellness.
More Grand Prix cars are made in Britain than any other country. The UK’s world-leading technology and advanced engineering result in high performance on the track as well as innovation across diverse industries.
Experts from some of the UK’s most innovative companies and the Dell Medical School will explore how measuring human health can be expanded to affect systemic health challenges, discuss existing technologies and critical gaps, and unique opportunities for innovation.
Confirmed speakers include:
• Duncan Bradley, Design Director, McLaren Applied Technologies
• Stacey Chang, Executive Director, Design Institute for Health, Dell Medical School
• Adam Hill, MD, Chief Medical Officer, McLaren Applied Technologies
• Clay Johnston, MD, PhD, Dean, Dell Medical School
• Philip Kennedy, Chairman, Association of British Healthcare Industries
• William Tierney, MD, Chair of Population Health, Dell Medical School
• Nick van Terheyden, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Dell Computers